As I said last week, I’d keep folks updated at this site as we move forward into new projects. Or, as the case is, an old side-project that never got a fair shake.
I’m working on Fun Factory for the foreseeable future. The first thing noticeable thing I’ve done is make a new site for the comic. Astute people will notice it looks a lot like the FNS site. This is because I am bad at coding and literally just changed colors on this theme. Considering FNS used this site for less than a year, I think it’s all fair. Heck, I could probably even pass the similarity off as branding rather than laziness / incompetence.
Now, I do want to remind folks that Fun Factory is a very different comic than Freaks N Squeeks. It is far meaner and as such, it uses all sorts of swears and nudity, and offensive language / ideas. You should not click that link if you aren’t allowed to see R movies. If you are an adult or a teenager with bad parents, please do click the link. The first 52 strips are all over there and new ones will come in July, probably somewhere around the 11th or 18th depending on how things go.
Upon my return and unpacking from Comicpalooza, it has come to my attention that the Big Blue Book (ie: “Freaks N Squeeks Pretty Much Everything Vol 1) only has 2 copies left for sale. And the Pink Book (ie: “Sad Little Life”) has 9 copies. As of right now, there is no plan to reprint these at any point ever again. Granted, plans could change, but those books, as they exist, likely will not exist again. So, I want to be rid of them.
We’re having a Clearance Sale! This is different than a Clarence Sale, but nearly as good! All items purchased get free shipping! And there are reduced prices! Check them out!!
Freaks N Squeeks: Pretty Much Everything Volume 1
This book collects the first 1000 strips, plus creator commentary. 300+ pages. $20.00
Freaks N Squeeks: Sad Little Life
Collecting the story that spanned 2007-2008, this book tells the story of Al discovering his destiny and his fight to prevent it. It also contains strips about Janis’s quest to cure Pierre and the 2008 election. $10.00
I’m back from an awesome honeymoon to Houston / Comicpalooza. I ran out of comics on Friday, but I figure that since the strip is nearing the end and I was on my honeymoon, it’s okay. I’m back to drawing today, but I decided to post starting tomorrow. Assuming things go as planned, I should be able to keep posting daily (including Saturdays and Sundays) from now until the end.
Thank you to everyone who came out to Comicpalooza, said hi, and even purchased some of my wares. The crowd was nice and it was a great time. Special thanks to our neighbor, the amazing Jennie Breeden, for all the fun times we shared through the days (and nights)!